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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Jan. 26, 2011 7 CHOOL OCAL NEw Johnson honors McDer BCHS Science teacher Keri Johnson has pinpointed two new stars in our galaxy, and evidence shows they "will be gleaming for a good long while. First sighted is BCHS junior Haley Clark, student of Mrs. Johnson's College Bound Integrated Science III class. Of Clark, Johnson stated, "I can honestly say that she consistently exhibits the grace and character that makes her a good role model for her peers. I have seen numerous examples of the talent and have been continuously impressed with her diligence and work ethic while taking a very challenging class load. In anything in which she participates, [ know that Haley will excel." Admittedly a bit of a perfectionist, Clark finds she is competitive in both sports and academics. She loves running and is a member of BCHS Track and Field as well as Cross Country teams. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with friends, watching scary movies, and listening to music. She also likes to spend time outdoors, camp, and hike. Haley attends Owingsville First Church of God. In college she plans to major in Criminal Justice, and would perhaps one day like to be a criminal profiler for the F.B.I. Also shining this week is Chelsey McDermott, senior at BCHS, who- was nominated for her excellent work in Johnson's Anatomy class. "I have taught Chelsey for four ydars, and have watched her grow into a wonderful student and poised young lady. As her teacher in Anatomy and AP. Biology, I can say she is one of the most dedicated students I have ever had the honor of teaching," stated; Johnson; "Her diligence and work ethic, along with an aptitude for scientific study, have made her contributions to the classroom, as well as discussion and lab activities, invaluable. Even with her full schedule, Chelsey has managed to maintain a 4.0 GPA throughout her high school career, and not only meet, but exceed all expectations. " In addition to academics, Chelsey is involved in softball, golf, and basketball. She takes part in FCA, FFA, ETS, TAG, and Symphonicand Marching Band. She is an active member of her youth group and enjoys time spent with family and friends, and shares that her parents support Clark her in all her endeavors. McDermott credits Mrs. In the future she plans Johnson with being a to major in Biology, challenging teacher who and is considering pushes her students, medical school, or and for preparing her for physical therapy school, college. Man accused in death of teen makes court appearance By George Lewis pills and nerve pills Nathan Shortridge that bond. they found business 60 in Salt Lick occupied NewsReporter from Jamie George of the deceased juvenile George, who also cards and paperwork by Goodpaster and his geoq~e@bathconew~udook.com Owingsville and gave spent the night with him appeared in court last naming Gulf Stream Pain mother. portions of his purchases and he awoke to find her week, is under indictment Center, Galapagos Pain During the search of Robert Goodpaster, to the deceased 14-year- unresponsive, for second-degree Management, Park Place the residence of George 24, indicted late last old teen. Goodpaster told manslaughter and drug MRI, and four. Florida and Blankenship, year for second-degree The teen was Shortridge that he visited trafficking in connection pharmacies, including a troopers found more than manslaughter as well as pronounced dead by Georgeat his Owingsville with the same case. receipt dated Sept. 2 from $5,000 in cash; more multiple drug-~rafficking Rowan County Coroner residence, 619 East High Police linked George WoodsNaturalPharmacy than 700 pills, including charges, appeared in John Northcutt at St. St., and bought Percocet and his co-defendant, of CoralSprings, Fla., for an unopened bottle Bath Circuit Court last Claire Medical Center in and Xanax. He said he Jennifer Blankenship, $4,599. Troopers obtained containing 210 30mg week for a pre-trial Morehead, where she was gave the drugs to the to Florida pain clinics, the searchwarrantonthe oxycodone tablets; nine conference, taken by ambulan~e after juvenile, who "snorted When police used a search strength of events that firearms; an imitation The indictments allege beingfoundunresponsive, some." warrant the evening of occurred the morning of flash light containing that on Sept. 19 and 20, Arrest records say that Goodpaster is being Sept. 20 at the George's Sept. 20 at a rental home pills; and receipts from Goodpaster bought pain Goodpaster told Trooper held on $40,000 cash Owingsville residence, on East U.S. Highway Florida motels. Goodpaster Wander In Photo by Mark Harper Wander In Owner: Jeanie Phillips (Formally known as Cophers Grocery) Blevins Valley Rd Owingsville, Ky 606-674-6414 Anything you need in one small town grocery store Food, Gas, Hardware, Tanning Bed. Come in to a good traditional store. 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